[mythtv] Ticket #8206 Pseudostreaming for Mythweb
vitold.md at vitou.com
Sat Jun 12 20:50:11 UTC 2010
On Sat, 12 Jun 2010 10:09:19 -0700, Mark Goldberg
<marklgoldberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> You said:
>>The ticket 8206 add pseudostreeming, allow you to seek to arbitrary
>>position, not only in the buffered part.
>>It's based on the pseudostreming plugin made by flowplayer and freely
>>available. I've just
>>simplified it to only restart the streming with a start position passed
>>the url: to ffmpeg as "start offset".
>>I've tested it with firefox on ubuntu and safari on OSX and it worked
>>for me, but I didn't tested on iexplorer.
>>Yes, I should have done a description from the start...
> I tried your patches on .23-fixes 24572. They did not apply cleanly,
> but I massaged them a little and got them to apply. It is not clear to
> me which version they are designed to patch against. I'm also not sure
> if 8017 should be applied first. I did have it applied first.
> In any case I found a couple of issues. For some mpeg2 sources (ATSC) it
> not seek, only giving the spinning circle when seeking. It would play
> beginning just fine. For one h.264 source (HD-PVR), it could seek, but
> was out of sync. This is on fedora 12 with ffmpeg 0.5.1-33_git20100404.
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The patch was done against trunk r25080. I use it with MPEG-PS file
encoded by an hauppauge pvr-350, one pvr-500, ffmpeg-0.5_p20373
(SVN-r20373) on gentoo.
witch internet navigator did you try on, did you teste on a remote
computer or on the server ?
can you check if the mythweb.pl and ffmpeg process is working when you get
the spining weel. Can you also check in your apache log file if get any
I don't have a h.264 encoder for the moment, could you send me a small
sample of your recording file ?
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